|Oneohtrix Point Never / Returnal|
|Artist:||Oneohtrix Point Never||Added:||06/2010|
|Add Date:||2010-06-06||Pull Date:||2010-08-08||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||8 Aug||1 Aug||25 Jul||18 Jul||4 Jul||27 Jun||20 Jun||13 Jun|
|1.||Oct 21, 2015:||radio seven |
Pelham Island Road
|4.||Dec 02, 2010:||orangeasm |
|2.||Jan 11, 2011:||Ghost Trees |
Pelham Island Road
|5.||Nov 03, 2010:||orangeasm |
|3.||Dec 17, 2010:||Money Isn't Real |
|6.||Aug 19, 2010:||orangeasm |
Where Does Time Go, Pelham Island Road
Lazer Pulses Shooting out of Speakers & Hypnotizing. Analog Genius at Work. Top top top top top notch stuff from Daniel Lopatin, the greatest thing to happen -synth act since Jean Michel Jarre. You're in for a real treat. Does it get any better than this? I submit that it does not. |
1- 'Nil Adimari' - Clamor! crunchy static triumphant sprawling synthesizer burst. audio fireworks and a explosive patchings that blast out. the computer is in rebellion. somehow arrives at serenity.
2- 'Describing Bodies' - massive sprawling synthesizer dreamscape without rival. a shimmering drone masterwork.
3- 'Stress Wave' - mellow, reflective, oscillating undulating waves of perfection. a sea. music for docking your hovercraft at the spaceport.
4-'Returnal' - the pop song, hyperlayered, beds of marshmallow bliss, pitched up warbly treated & layered vocal weirdness, stairways of warmth. oh wow.
5- 'Pelham Island Road' - shifting eerie tritone pitches that explode when they hit the ear, massssssive PBS synthesizer & vauge tropical birds, othewordly shimmering radiance.
6-'Where does time go' -An odyssey of arpeggiated triplets falling over one another infinitely. Pulses you beyond the halocine clouds of the troposphere.
7-'Ourboros' -Warm, staggeringly gorgeous comedown into just plain heavely bliss
8- 'Preyoundi" - staggering, sputtering, rolling ball of percussive entropy veiled behind a wall of questioning extraterrestrial pulses. then the gorgeous twisted vague vocal remnants tie the album to a gorgeous closer.
|1.||Nil Admirari||5.||Pelham Island Road|
|2.||Describing Bodies||6.||Where Does Time Go|